February 9, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

JA hosts power lifting meet

The Gulf South Open Powerlifting Meet was conducted at Jackson Academy Monday with a number of weight lifters from schools in the region competing. More...

Leroy’s Bears 21-7 for regular season

The Leroy Bears finished the regular season 21-7 after defeating Millry and falling late to Coffeeville. More...

Demons burn Bulldogs

The McIntosh Demons ended their regular season on a high note Feb. 3, by defeating the Washington County High Bulldogs ina 62-56 contest. Both teams will play in the area tournament this week. More...

Williams looking toward NFL

Former Jackson High football player Demond Williams started at cornerback this past season for Michigan State, where he saw success on the football field during his first season at a Division I college. More...

Andrews kills 8-point

BB Andrews of Coffeeville shot and killed this 165-pound, 8-point buck Jan. 26. He killed the deer with a 30.06 rifle. More...

Marks shoots 7-point buck

Hailey Marks, 10, recently killed this 7-point buck, with a .308 rifle while hunting with her dad. She is the daughter of Nancy and Stan Marks of Jackson. More...

Williams catches 10-lb. bass

Jett Williams of Nashville, Tenn., country and western singer, recently caught this 10-lb bass at Lake Joe-Joe, at the home of Helen and Joe Skipper of Jackson. More...

Assists dad in killing deer

Alyssa Arrington, 6, of Jackson went hunting for the first time with her dad in Salitpa, Jan. 29, and helped him kill this deer. More...

Aggies end regular season with 9-13 record

The Jackson High Aggies ended their regular season with a win and a tough loss to Clarke County. More...

Coffeeville native named Tuskegee’s head football coach

Coffeeville native Willie J. Slater has been named Tuskegee University More...

Super Bowl commercials pull in the viewers

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Over 10 million Americans watched the Super Bowl this past Sunday afternoon, not just to watch Ben Roethlisberger and Shaun Alexander, but to watch the highly anticipated commercials. More...

Area basketball tournaments begin

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Lady Eagles beat Lady Gators by one

The Jackson Academy Lady Eagles brought down the house with a last second three-pointer from Kayla Lowery to beat the Lady Gators 50-49 on Tuesday night More...

JHS junior varsity team finishes season with winning record

The Jackson High junior varsity basketball team finished the season 16-3 under the direction of Head Coach Keith McGuire. More...

Wild turkey population on the rise in state

Turkey hunting folklore often speaks of a time when setting up on a gobbling bird was second only to the challenge of picking one to pursue. More...

Hawk gets seventh kill

Nathan Hawk recently killed his seventh deer in three years of hunting, Jan. 28, while hunting in Dallas County with his mom and stepdad, Maryann and Richard Horshok of Jackson. He shot the 6-point buck with a 223 rifle. More...

Catches first fish

Tatum Courington, 2, caught her first fish, a bream, Feb. 4, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cunningham. More...

Bags big 9-point

Calvin Guy of Coffeeville and his grandson Michael Allen Dunagan display a 170-pound, 9-point buck he recently killed with his 30.06 rifle while hunting in the Coffeeville area. More...

Harper shoots 3-point

Brandon Harper, 11, recently killed his first deer, a 3-point buck, with a .243 rifle, while hunting in Coffeeville with his friends Joey and Dustan Stringer. He is the son of Karen Harper of Jackson and Ben Harper of Saraland. More...